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Philippe Coutinho reveals Neymar congratulated him on move to Barcelona - but says he's not there to replace him

Philippe Coutinho dismissed comparisons with Neymar following his £142m move from Liverpool to Barcelona , but has revealed that his fellow Brazilian congratulated him on the switch.Barca's newest recruit was paraded in front of 7,500 fans at the Nou Camp on Monday, after putting pen to paper on a long-term deal. He has become the second most expensive player in the world following the move - behind only his Brazil teammate Neymar following his £199m switch from Barca to Paris Saint-Germain in the summer.
“Paulinho and Luis (Suarez, a former.  
Liverpool teammate) already told me that and I hope that I can be very happy here.”Coutinho was also questioned on if he hoped his presence at the club would now lead to fans forgetting about Neymar, but he dismissed such a notion.“I play with Neymar for Brazil and we’ve been friends for years," he continued.“We’re different players. He is obviously a great player but we have different qualities.”


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Alli seats uncomfortable @ the MTV EMAs

DELE ALLI slumped awkwardly in his seat next to French singer Petite Meller at the MTV awards.
The Tottenham ace attempted to cover his face as the bizarrely dressed musician stared in his direction.
Alli arrived to the glitzy bash sporting light blue jeans, a white t-shirt and a matching denim jacket.

However, Meller turned heads with her quirky dress choice and bold make-up.
The explosive pop singer was nominated for Best Push Act at the 2017 awards ceremony in London.
30 Seconds to Mars frontman Jared Leto was sitting to the left of the injured Spurs ace.
Alli was among a handful of footballers that attended the Wembley Arena event, with French ace Paul Pogba making an appearance.
The 21-year-old went on stage with Madison Beer to present Shawn Mendes with the best artist award.

He appeared in high spirits as he battles an ongoing hamstring injury ahead of Tottenham's trip to Arsenal on Saturday.
The midfielder was forced to pull out of the England sqaud for England's goal…

pele supports neymar move


Brazil legend Pele has backed Neymar’s decision to leave Barcelona to join PSG.
The French capital club broke the world transfer record last month when they completed an astonishing move to land Neymar from Barcelona.
Pele has endorsed his compatriot’s decision, stating that the forward needed to move away from the Nou Camp to show what he can really do.
He told Marca: "At the moment the best player in Brazil is Neymar and I think the move for him was very good because there was huge competition with [Lionel] Messi at Barcelona.
"I think it's a good opportunity for him and he needed to move because now he can really play and show what he's capable of. But it's also very dangerous when you get given that responsibility."

Nigeria avoid Brazil, get Denmark in Olympic quarter-finals

The Olympic Eagles would play the Europeans rather than the hosts in Saturday’s last eight game in Sao Paulo
After Wednesday’s final group matches at the Olympic Games, Nigeria will play Denmark in the quarter finals as Brazil rallied to an emphatic win to top Group A.  Group B winners Nigeria were on collision course with the Selecao Olimpica until the hosts defeated the Europeans 4-0 to emerge Group A winners.  New Manchester City signing, Gabriel Barbosa scored twice with both Luan and Gabriel Jesus adding one each to see the Neymar-inspired side get their first win of the tournament.  Brazil finished top of Group A with five points while Denmark were second with four points despite the pummeling.  South Africa and Iraq both crashed out after their 1-1 draw in the group’s other game.  Nigeria, Africa’s sole surviving representative in Olympic Football, lost 2-0 to Colombia but had already qualified as Group B winners following their opening victories against Japan and Sweden.  De…

Tite announced as new Brazil manager following Dunga's departure


Dunga says 'everyone saw' Ruidiaz's handball on Peru winner vs. Brazil

Brazil manager Dunga has said that "everyone saw" that Peru's game-winning goal was a handball in his team's 1-0 Copa America defeat, while adding he did not fear being sacked as his national team's boss.
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